NASA thinks strange gravitational waves could be the key.
The footprint of the flames in Bel-Air is the same as a 1961 blaze that consumed 500 homes, fire authorities said.
Intelligent trucks could clear dangerous chemicals from icy roads.
Winter is coming and Russia's scientists are getting loaded guns to fight deadly snowslides.
In the U.S., 12 to 19 million people get sick from waterborne infectious disease each year.
But authorities say they can't predict exactly when the blast will happen.
The state emergency management agency tweeted that "the greatest impacts" from Maria would come late Tuesday and last through early Thursday.
An estimated 1.3 million gators live in the Sunshine State.
As Houston shows, it's not only America's coastal counties that can experience catastrophic flooding, yet greater public awareness of inland dangers is still needed.
The rainfall totals and flooding are breaking records.
Scientists find hailstorms will become less frequent—but their size and potential for damage will increase significantly.
May and June are peak months for tornadoes in North America—meteorologists explain why they happen and where to hide when they do.
Authorities said they averted the immediate danger of a catastrophic failure - one capable of unleashing a wall of water three stories tall on towns below.